OS X Partition split and duplicated when creating Boot Camp partition

Hi,
I have installed a larger internal HD 3TB into my iMac Late 2009 21.5 inch. All went well until I used Boot Camp to set up a Windows partition. My intention to have an OS X partition of 2.8TB and a Boot Camp partition of 200 GB. I am running the latest version of Yosemite.
Once the Boot Camp partition completed, and Windows 7 installed successfully, I have rebooted in OS X to find that the HD is now showing as a Partition of 200GB for Boot Camp, a partition of 2TB for Macintosh HD (with all my applications and data etc), and a second Macintosh HD partition of 800GB, also containing all my applications and data etc which appears to have been duplicated. Prior to completing the Boot Camp process, the internal HD was showing correctly as a single partition of 3TB.
I have completed this process twice, with the same result. After the first occasion, I reformatted the new internal HD and started completely from blank again (as I was unable to erase or change the duplicated partition in Disk Utility).
I used Migration Assistant to transfer my files, data etc from the old Internal HD which is now an external HD.
Any thoughts on what I am doing incorrectly?

This is expected behavior. On your Mac, the 3TB disk is partitioned to allow Windows to function properly in BIOS mode. BIOS mode (and CSM-BIOS, to be precise) has a limitation of a 2TB disk. on a larger disk (including 3TB Fusion drives), the disk is partitioned in such a manner that the Windows adheres to the 2TB limit.
You can can see the exact partitioning, if you are so inclined, using the following Terminal commands.
diskutil list
diskutil cs list
sudo gpt -vv -r show /dev/disk0
sudo fdisk /dev/disk0
The "sudo" commands will prompt for your password, and it will not be echoed back. You may also see a warning about improper use of "sudo" and potential data loss due to "abuse" of the command.

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    2013-12-05T10:06:16 | Module: CssStructureUploader | Thread: 53 | The uploading of the Classification Service has started
    2013-12-05T10:06:16 | Module: CssStructureUploader | Thread: 53 | Uploading CSS structure: "<Nodes><Node StructureType="ProjectLifecycle" Name="Iteration" xmlns=""><Children><Node StructureType="ProjectLifecycle"
    Name="Release 1"><Children><Node StructureType="ProjectLifecycle" Name="Sprint 1" /><Node StructureType="ProjectLifecycle" Name="Sprint 2" /><Node StructureType="ProjectLifecycle"
    Name="Sprint 3" /><Node StructureType="ProjectLifecycle" Name="Sprint 4" /><Node StructureType="ProjectLifecycle" Name="Sprint 5" /><Node StructureType="ProjectLifecycle" Name="Sprint
    6" /></Children></Node><Node StructureType="ProjectLifecycle" Name="Release 2" /><Node StructureType="ProjectLifecycle" Name="Release 3" /><Node StructureType="ProjectLifecycle"
    Name="Release 4" /></Children></Node><Node StructureType="ProjectModelHierarchy" Name="Area" xmlns="" /></Nodes>"
    2013-12-05T10:06:16 | Module: CssStructureUploader | Thread: 53 | Creating Project : Teste
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: CssStructureUploader | Thread: 53 | Created Project Administrators group S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-0-0-0-0-1 successfully.
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: CssStructureUploader | Thread: 53 | CSS structure upload finished
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: CssStructureUploader | Thread: 53 | Updating project properties for :vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: CssStructureUploader | Thread: 53 | Updating catalog settings for :vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: CssStructureUploader | Thread: 53 | Received 'Teste' team project entity object for :vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: CssStructureUploader | Thread: 53 | Updated team project description: ""
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Engine | Task "UploadStructure" from Group "Classification" completed with success | Completion time: 0.676 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Engine | Thread: 56 | Running Task "" from Group ""
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Engine | Thread: 49 | Running Task "GroupCreation1" from Group "Groups"
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Entering Execute in GssStructureCreator
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Getting list of structures for: vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "GENERIC_READ" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-2757176466-3218051407-2887278433-795240796" deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Replacing macros: @creator.
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Macros replaced: [Teste]\@creator.
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding the following identity to a group: [Teste]\@creator.  Group name: Teste Team.
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Creating application group for "Readers" URI "vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc"
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "GENERIC_READ" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-903229747-404692801-3102686175-2727812972" deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "VIEW_TEST_RESULTS" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-903229747-404692801-3102686175-2727812972" deny:
    "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "GENERIC_READ" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-903229747-404692801-3102686175-2727812972" deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "WORK_ITEM_READ" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-903229747-404692801-3102686175-2727812972" deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:17 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Creating application group for "Contributors" URI "vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "GENERIC_READ" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-4264286424-1586018371-2454857484-902542325" deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "DELETE_TEST_RESULTS" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-4264286424-1586018371-2454857484-902542325" deny:
    "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "PUBLISH_TEST_RESULTS" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-4264286424-1586018371-2454857484-902542325" deny:
    "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "VIEW_TEST_RESULTS" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-4264286424-1586018371-2454857484-902542325" deny:
    "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "GENERIC_READ" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-4264286424-1586018371-2454857484-902542325" deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "WORK_ITEM_READ" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-4264286424-1586018371-2454857484-902542325" deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "WORK_ITEM_WRITE" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-4264286424-1586018371-2454857484-902542325" deny:
    "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "MANAGE_TEST_PLANS" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-4264286424-1586018371-2454857484-902542325" deny:
    "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "MANAGE_TEST_ENVIRONMENTS" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-4264286424-1586018371-2454857484-902542325"
    deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "MANAGE_TEST_CONFIGURATIONS" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-4264286424-1586018371-2454857484-902542325"
    deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Replacing macros: @defaultTeam.
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Macros replaced: [Teste]\@defaultTeam.
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding the following identity to a group: [Teste]\@defaultTeam.  Group name: Contributors.
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Creating application group for "Build Administrators" URI "vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "GENERIC_READ" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-1182136727-3720210756-2911721059-2444575003" deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "DELETE_TEST_RESULTS" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-1182136727-3720210756-2911721059-2444575003" deny:
    "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:18 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "PUBLISH_TEST_RESULTS" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-1182136727-3720210756-2911721059-2444575003"
    deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:19 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "VIEW_TEST_RESULTS" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-1182136727-3720210756-2911721059-2444575003" deny:
    "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:19 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "GENERIC_READ" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-1182136727-3720210756-2911721059-2444575003" deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:19 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "WORK_ITEM_READ" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-1182136727-3720210756-2911721059-2444575003" deny:
    "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:19 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "WORK_ITEM_WRITE" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-1182136727-3720210756-2911721059-2444575003" deny:
    "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:19 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "MANAGE_TEST_PLANS" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-1182136727-3720210756-2911721059-2444575003" deny:
    "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:19 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "MANAGE_TEST_ENVIRONMENTS" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-1182136727-3720210756-2911721059-2444575003"
    deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:19 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Adding access entry - actionName "MANAGE_TEST_CONFIGURATIONS" sid: "S-1-9-1551374245-1609553727-2111082564-2151496797-660325100-1-1182136727-3720210756-2911721059-2444575003"
    deny: "True"
    2013-12-05T10:06:19 | Module: Groups and Permissions | Thread: 49 | Exiting Execute for GssStructureCreator
    2013-12-05T10:06:19 | Module: Engine | Task "GroupCreation1" from Group "Groups" completed with success | Completion time: 1.822 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:19 | Module: Engine | Thread: 53 | Running Task "" from Group ""
    2013-12-05T10:06:19 | Module: Engine | Thread: 56 | Running Task "LinkTypes" from Group "WorkItemTracking"
    2013-12-05T10:06:19 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | Synchronizing users and groups.
    2013-12-05T10:06:20 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | Synchronizing CSS structures.
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | LinkType definition file found: C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\LinkTypes\SharedStep.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | LinkType definition file found: C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\LinkTypes\TestedBy.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | Uploading link types from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\LinkTypes\SharedStep.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | Uploaded LinkType definitions from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\LinkTypes\SharedStep.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | Uploading link types from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\LinkTypes\TestedBy.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | Uploaded LinkType definitions from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\LinkTypes\TestedBy.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Engine | Task "LinkTypes" from Group "WorkItemTracking" completed with success | Completion time: 1.717 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Engine | Thread: 53 | Running Task "WITs" from Group "WorkItemTracking"
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | WorkItemType definition file found: C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\Task.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | WorkItemType definition file found: C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\Bug.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | WorkItemType definition file found: C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\CodeReviewRequest.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | WorkItemType definition file found: C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\CodeReviewResponse.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | WorkItemType definition file found: C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\FeedbackRequest.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | WorkItemType definition file found: C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\FeedbackResponse.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | WorkItemType definition file found: C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\Impediment.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | WorkItemType definition file found: C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\ProductBacklogItem.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | WorkItemType definition file found: C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\SharedStep.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | WorkItemType definition file found: C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\TestCase.xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploading work item type from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\Task.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploaded WorkItemType definition from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\Task.xml.
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploading work item type from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\Bug.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploaded WorkItemType definition from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\Bug.xml.
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploading work item type from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\CodeReviewRequest.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploaded WorkItemType definition from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\CodeReviewRequest.xml.
    2013-12-05T10:06:21 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploading work item type from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\CodeReviewResponse.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:22 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploaded WorkItemType definition from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\CodeReviewResponse.xml.
    2013-12-05T10:06:22 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploading work item type from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\FeedbackRequest.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:22 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploaded WorkItemType definition from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\FeedbackRequest.xml.
    2013-12-05T10:06:22 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploading work item type from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\FeedbackResponse.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:22 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploaded WorkItemType definition from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\FeedbackResponse.xml.
    2013-12-05T10:06:22 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploading work item type from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\Impediment.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:22 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploaded WorkItemType definition from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\Impediment.xml.
    2013-12-05T10:06:22 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploading work item type from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\ProductBacklogItem.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:23 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploaded WorkItemType definition from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\ProductBacklogItem.xml.
    2013-12-05T10:06:23 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploading work item type from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\SharedStep.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:23 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploaded WorkItemType definition from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\SharedStep.xml.
    2013-12-05T10:06:23 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploading work item type from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\TestCase.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:23 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Uploaded WorkItemType definition from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\TypeDefinitions\TestCase.xml.
    2013-12-05T10:06:23 | Module: Engine | Task "WITs" from Group "WorkItemTracking" completed with success | Completion time: 2.825 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:23 | Module: Engine | Thread: 34 | Running Task "Categories" from Group "WorkItemTracking"
    2013-12-05T10:06:23 | Module: Engine | Thread: 56 | Running Task "Queries" from Group "WorkItemTracking"
    2013-12-05T10:06:23 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 34 | Uploading categories from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Categories.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:23 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | Group [SERVER]\Project Collection Administrators was granted the following permissions: Read, Contribute, Delete, ManagePermissions, FullControl
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | Group [vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc]\Project Administrators was granted the following permissions: Read, Contribute, Delete, ManagePermissions, FullControl
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | Group [vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc]\Readers was granted the following permissions: Read
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | Group [vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc]\Contributors was granted the following permissions: Read
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | Group [vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc]\Build Administrators was granted the following permissions: Read
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query was found in C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\ProductBacklog.wiq: Product Backlog
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query has been imported from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\ProductBacklog.wiq: Product Backlog
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query was found in C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\Feedback.wiq: Feedback
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query has been imported from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\Feedback.wiq: Feedback
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query folder was found: Current Sprint
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query folder has been created: Current Sprint
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query was found in C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\OpenImpediments.wiq: Current Sprint/Open Impediments
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query has been imported from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\OpenImpediments.wiq: Current Sprint/Open Impediments
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query was found in C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\BlockedTasks.wiq: Current Sprint/Blocked Tasks
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query has been imported from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\BlockedTasks.wiq: Current Sprint/Blocked Tasks
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query was found in C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\WorkInProgress.wiq: Current Sprint/Work in Progress
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query has been imported from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\WorkInProgress.wiq: Current Sprint/Work in Progress
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query was found in C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\UnfinishedWork.wiq: Current Sprint/Unfinished Work
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query has been imported from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\UnfinishedWork.wiq: Current Sprint/Unfinished Work
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query was found in C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\SprintBacklog.wiq: Current Sprint/Sprint Backlog
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query has been imported from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\SprintBacklog.wiq: Current Sprint/Sprint Backlog
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query was found in C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\TestCases.wiq: Current Sprint/Test Cases
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 56 | The following query has been imported from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Queries\TestCases.wiq: Current Sprint/Test Cases
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 34 | Uploaded work item types categories from C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\WorkItem Tracking\Categories.xml.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Task "Categories" from Group "WorkItemTracking" completed with success | Completion time: 0.182 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Thread: 53 | Running Task "ProcessConfiguration" from Group "WorkItemTracking"
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Processing element CommonConfiguration.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Task "Queries" from Group "WorkItemTracking" completed with success | Completion time: 0.431 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Work Item Tracking | Thread: 53 | Processing element AgileConfiguration.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Task "ProcessConfiguration" from Group "WorkItemTracking" completed with success | Completion time: 0.589 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Thread: 49 | Running Task "" from Group ""
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Thread: 34 | Running Task "TestVariable" from Group "TestManagement"
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Thread: 44 | Running Task "TestResolutionState" from Group "TestManagement"
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Thread: 39 | Running Task "TestSettings" from Group "TestManagement"
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Thread: 37 | Running Task "VersionControlTask" from Group "VersionControl"
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: SccTask | Thread: 37 | <permission allow="Read, PendChange, Checkin, Label, Lock, ReviseOther, UnlockOther, UndoOther, LabelOther, AdminProjectRights, CheckinOther, Merge, ManageBranch" identity="[$$PROJECTNAME$$]\$$PROJECTADMINGROUP$$"
    />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: SccTask | Thread: 37 | Allowing permission(s) Read, PendChange, Checkin, Label, Lock, ReviseOther, UnlockOther, UndoOther, LabelOther, AdminProjectRights, CheckinOther, Merge, ManageBranch to group [vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc]\Project
    Administrators
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: SccTask | Thread: 37 | <permission allow="Read, PendChange, Checkin, Label, Lock, Merge" identity="[$$PROJECTNAME$$]\Contributors" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: SccTask | Thread: 37 | Allowing permission(s) Read, PendChange, Checkin, Label, Lock, Merge to group [vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc]\Contributors
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: SccTask | Thread: 37 | <permission allow="Read, PendChange, Checkin, Label, Lock, Merge" identity="[$$PROJECTNAME$$]\Build Administrators" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: SccTask | Thread: 37 | Allowing permission(s) Read, PendChange, Checkin, Label, Lock, Merge to group [vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc]\Build Administrators
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: SccTask | Thread: 37 | <permission allow="Read" identity="[$$PROJECTNAME$$]\Readers" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: SccTask | Thread: 37 | Allowing permission(s) Read to group [vstfs:///Classification/TeamProject/169e471b-5e7c-4168-9c13-ddd37d64b1dc]\Readers
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: SccTask | Thread: 37 | Changing project setting ExclusiveCheckout to "False"
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: SccTask | Thread: 37 | Changing project setting GetLatestOnCheckout to "False"
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: SccTask | Thread: 37 | User chose to create new empty folder $/Teste
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: SccTask | Thread: 37 | No xml nodes of type "checkin_note" were found in the task xml
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Test Management | Thread: 34 | Proper team project 'Teste' permissions are added to group 'S-1-9-1551374245-1204400969-2402986413-2179408616-0-0-0-4-1'.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Test Management | Thread: 34 | Uploading TestVariable from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\Test Management\TestVariable.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Test Management | Thread: 39 | Uploading TestSettings from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\Test Management\TestSettings.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Test Management | Thread: 44 | Uploading TestResolutionState from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\Test Management\TestResolutionState.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Test Management | Thread: 39 | Uploaded TestSettings from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\Test Management\TestSettings.xml'.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Task "TestSettings" from Group "TestManagement" completed with success | Completion time: 0.161 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Test Management | Thread: 34 | Uploaded TestVariable from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\Test Management\TestVariable.xml'.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Task "TestVariable" from Group "TestManagement" completed with success | Completion time: 0.174 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Thread: 49 | Running Task "TestConfiguration" from Group "TestManagement"
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Test Management | Thread: 49 | Uploading TestConfiguration from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\Test Management\TestConfiguration.xml'...
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Test Management | Thread: 44 | Uploaded TestResolutionState from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\Test Management\TestResolutionState.xml'.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Task "TestResolutionState" from Group "TestManagement" completed with success | Completion time: 0.183 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Test Management | Thread: 49 | Uploaded TestConfiguration from file 'C:\Users\23571\AppData\Local\Temp\TPW_tmpA31.tmp\Test Management\TestConfiguration.xml'.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Task "TestConfiguration" from Group "TestManagement" completed with success | Completion time: 0.012 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Thread: 56 | Running Task "" from Group ""
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Task "VersionControlTask" from Group "VersionControl" completed with success | Completion time: 0.189 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Thread: 39 | Running Task "" from Group ""
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Thread: 53 | Running Task "BuildTask" from Group "Build"
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Engine | Thread: 34 | Running Task "Site" from Group "Reporting"
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | <ProcessTemplate Type="Default" Filename="Build\Templates\DefaultTemplate.11.1.xaml" Description="This is the default build process template for this
    Team Project." ServerPath="$/$$PROJECTNAME$$/BuildProcessTemplates" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | <ProcessTemplate Type="Upgrade" Filename="Build\Templates\UpgradeTemplate.xaml" Description="This is the upgrade build process template for this Team
    Project." ServerPath="$/$$PROJECTNAME$$/BuildProcessTemplates" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | <ProcessTemplate Type="Custom" Filename="Build\Templates\AzureContinuousDeployment.11.xaml" Description="This is the build process template for continuous
    delivery in this Team Project." ServerPath="$/$$PROJECTNAME$$/BuildProcessTemplates" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | <Permission allow="ViewBuilds, ViewBuildDefinition" identity="[$$PROJECTNAME$$]\Readers" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | Allowing permission(s) ViewBuilds, ViewBuildDefinition to account [Teste]\Readers.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | <Permission allow="EditBuildQuality, ViewBuilds, QueueBuilds, ViewBuildDefinition" identity="[$$PROJECTNAME$$]\Contributors" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | Allowing permission(s) EditBuildQuality, ViewBuilds, QueueBuilds, ViewBuildDefinition to account [Teste]\Contributors.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | <Permission allow="DeleteBuilds, DestroyBuilds, EditBuildQuality, ManageBuildQualities, RetainIndefinitely, ViewBuilds, ManageBuildQueue, QueueBuilds, StopBuilds, DeleteBuildDefinition,
    EditBuildDefinition, ViewBuildDefinition, AdministerBuildPermissions" identity="[$$PROJECTNAME$$]\Build Administrators" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | Allowing permission(s) DeleteBuilds, DestroyBuilds, EditBuildQuality, ManageBuildQualities, RetainIndefinitely, ViewBuilds, ManageBuildQueue, QueueBuilds, StopBuilds, DeleteBuildDefinition,
    EditBuildDefinition, ViewBuildDefinition, AdministerBuildPermissions to account [Teste]\Build Administrators.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | <Permission allow="DeleteBuilds, DestroyBuilds, EditBuildQuality, ManageBuildQualities, RetainIndefinitely, ViewBuilds, ManageBuildQueue, QueueBuilds, StopBuilds, DeleteBuildDefinition,
    EditBuildDefinition, ViewBuildDefinition, AdministerBuildPermissions" identity="[$$PROJECTNAME$$]\$$PROJECTADMINGROUP$$" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | Allowing permission(s) DeleteBuilds, DestroyBuilds, EditBuildQuality, ManageBuildQualities, RetainIndefinitely, ViewBuilds, ManageBuildQueue, QueueBuilds, StopBuilds, DeleteBuildDefinition,
    EditBuildDefinition, ViewBuildDefinition, AdministerBuildPermissions to account [Teste]\Project Administrators.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | <Permission allow="EditBuildQuality, ManageBuildQueue, OverrideBuildCheckInValidation, QueueBuilds, UpdateBuildInformation, ViewBuildDefinition, ViewBuilds" identity="$$PROJECTCOLLECTIONBUILDSERVICESGROUP$$"
    />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | Allowing permission(s) EditBuildQuality, ManageBuildQueue, OverrideBuildCheckInValidation, QueueBuilds, UpdateBuildInformation, ViewBuildDefinition, ViewBuilds to account Project
    Collection Build Service Accounts.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | <Permission allow="ViewBuildDefinition, EditBuildDefinition, DeleteBuildDefinition, QueueBuilds, ManageBuildQueue, StopBuilds, ViewBuilds, EditBuildQuality, RetainIndefinitely,
    DeleteBuilds, ManageBuildQualities, DestroyBuilds, AdministerBuildPermissions" identity="$$PROJECTCOLLECTIONBUILDADMINSGROUP$$" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | Allowing permission(s) ViewBuildDefinition, EditBuildDefinition, DeleteBuildDefinition, QueueBuilds, ManageBuildQueue, StopBuilds, ViewBuilds, EditBuildQuality, RetainIndefinitely,
    DeleteBuilds, ManageBuildQualities, DestroyBuilds, AdministerBuildPermissions to account Project Collection Build Administrators.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | <Permission allow="DeleteBuilds, DestroyBuilds, EditBuildQuality, ManageBuildQualities, RetainIndefinitely, ViewBuilds, ManageBuildQueue, QueueBuilds, StopBuilds, DeleteBuildDefinition,
    EditBuildDefinition, ViewBuildDefinition, AdministerBuildPermissions, OverrideBuildCheckInValidation" identity="$$PROJECTCOLLECTIONADMINGROUP$$" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Build | Thread: 53 | Allowing permission(s) DeleteBuilds, DestroyBuilds, EditBuildQuality, ManageBuildQualities, RetainIndefinitely, ViewBuilds, ManageBuildQueue, QueueBuilds, StopBuilds, DeleteBuildDefinition,
    EditBuildDefinition, ViewBuildDefinition, AdministerBuildPermissions, OverrideBuildCheckInValidation to account Project Collection Administrators.
    2013-12-05T10:06:24 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 34 | Creating site: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: Engine | Task "Site" from Group "Reporting" completed with success | Completion time: 0.253 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: Engine | Thread: 25 | Running Task "Populate Reports" from Group "Reporting"
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Creating folder: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Builds
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Creating folder: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Tests
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Creating report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Backlog Overview
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: Engine | Task "BuildTask" from Group "Build" completed with success | Completion time: 0.591 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: Engine | Thread: 37 | Running Task "" from Group ""
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: Engine | Thread: 39 | Running Task "LabTask" from Group "Lab"
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: LabTask | Thread: 39 | <permission allow="Read, Create, Write, Edit, Delete, Start, Stop, Pause, ManageSnapshots, ManageLocation, DeleteLocation, ManagePermissions, ManageChildPermissions, ManageTestMachines" identity="$$PROJECTCOLLECTIONADMINGROUP$$"
    />
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: LabTask | Thread: 39 | <permission allow="Read, Create, Write, Edit, Delete, Start, Stop, Pause, ManageSnapshots, ManageLocation, DeleteLocation, ManageChildPermissions, ManageTestMachines" identity="[$$PROJECTNAME$$]\$$PROJECTADMINGROUP$$"
    />
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: LabTask | Thread: 39 | <permission allow="Read, Create, Write, Edit, Start, Stop, Pause, ManageSnapshots" identity="[$$PROJECTNAME$$]\Contributors" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: LabTask | Thread: 39 | <permission allow="Read" identity="[$$PROJECTNAME$$]\Readers" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: LabTask | Thread: 39 | <permission allow="Read, Write, Edit, Start, Stop, Pause, ManageSnapshots" identity="$$BUILDSERVICEGROUP$$" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Setting data sources for report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Backlog Overview
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Creating report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Builds/Build Summary
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: Microsoft.ProjectCreationWizard.Lab | Thread: 39 | <ProcessTemplate Type="Custom" Filename="Lab\Templates\LabDefaultTemplate.11.xaml" Description="This is the default Lab process template for this Team
    Project." ServerPath="$/$$PROJECTNAME$$/BuildProcessTemplates" />
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: Engine | Task "LabTask" from Group "Lab" completed with success | Completion time: 0.559 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:25 | Module: Engine | Thread: 49 | Running Task "" from Group ""
    2013-12-05T10:06:26 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Setting data sources for report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Builds/Build Summary
    2013-12-05T10:06:26 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Creating report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Builds/Build Success Over Time
    2013-12-05T10:06:26 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Setting data sources for report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Builds/Build Success Over Time
    2013-12-05T10:06:26 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Creating report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Sprint Burndown
    2013-12-05T10:06:26 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Setting data sources for report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Sprint Burndown
    2013-12-05T10:06:26 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Creating report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Release Burndown
    2013-12-05T10:06:27 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Setting data sources for report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Release Burndown
    2013-12-05T10:06:27 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Creating report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Tests/Test Case Readiness
    2013-12-05T10:06:27 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Setting data sources for report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Tests/Test Case Readiness
    2013-12-05T10:06:27 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Creating report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Tests/Test Plan Progress
    2013-12-05T10:06:27 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Setting data sources for report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Tests/Test Plan Progress
    2013-12-05T10:06:27 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Creating report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Velocity
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: Rosetta | Thread: 25 | Setting data sources for report: /TfsReports/TJMTCollection/Teste/Velocity
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: Engine | Task "Populate Reports" from Group "Reporting" completed with success | Completion time: 3.176 seconds
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: Engine | Thread: 44 | Running Task "" from Group ""
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: Engine | Thread: 49 | Running Task "SharePointPortal" from Group "Portal"
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: WSS | Thread: 49 | Language id: 1033
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: WSS | Thread: 49 | Creating site with the following parameters
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: WSS | Thread: 49 | Site Url: http://srv-tfs2012/sites/TJMTCollection/Teste
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: WSS | Thread: 49 | Site Title: Teste
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: WSS | Thread: 49 | Site Description: 
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: WSS | Thread: 49 | Locale: 1033
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: WSS | Thread: 49 | Template: Team Foundation Server Project Portal
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: WSS | Thread: 49 | Owner Login: PJMT\23571
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: WSS | Thread: 49 | Owner Name: João Vitor Paes de Barros do Carmo
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: WSS | Thread: 49 | Owner Email: 
    ---begin Exception entry---
    Time: 2013-12-05T10:06:28
    Module: WSS
    Exception Message: Server was unable to process request. ---> Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED)) (type SoapException)SoapException Details: <soap:Detail xmlns:soap="http://www.w3.org/2003/05/soap-envelope"
    />
    Exception Stack Trace:    at Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client.Channels.TfsHttpClientBase.HandleReply(TfsClientOperation operation, TfsMessage message, Object[]& outputs)
       at Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client.Channels.TfsHttpClientBase.Invoke(TfsClientOperation operation, Object[] parameters, TimeSpan timeout, Object[]& outputs)
       at Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client.SharePoint.SharePointTeamFoundationIntegrationService.CreateSite(String webApplicationUrl, String absolutePath, String title, String description, UInt32 localeId, String template, Boolean templateIsTitle, String
    ownerLogin, String ownerName, String ownerEmail, Guid applicationInstanceId, Guid projectCollectionId)
       at Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client.SharePoint.WssUtilities.CreateSite(ICredentials credentials, Uri adminUrl, WssSiteData siteCreationData, Guid configurationServerId, Guid projectCollectionId)
       at Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client.SharePoint.WssUtilities.CreateSite(WssSiteData siteCreationData, TfsConnection tfs, Uri adminUrl)
       at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamFoundation.PCW.WssSiteCreator.CreateSite(WssSiteData siteCreationData, TfsTeamProjectCollection tfs, Uri adminUrl)
       at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamFoundation.PCW.WssSiteCreator.HandleSiteCreation(WssCreationContextWrapper contextWrapper, XmlNode taskNode)
    --- end Exception entry ---
    ---begin Exception entry---
    Time: 2013-12-05T10:06:28
    Module: WSS
    Exception Message: TF250025: The following URL does not point to a valid SharePoint site: http://srv-tfs2012/sites/TJMTCollection/Teste. Verify that you have the correct URL and that it points to a SharePoint site. (type TeamFoundationServerException)
    Exception Stack Trace:    at Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client.Channels.TfsHttpClientBase.HandleReply(TfsClientOperation operation, TfsMessage message, Object[]& outputs)
       at Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client.Channels.TfsHttpClientBase.Invoke(TfsClientOperation operation, Object[] parameters, TimeSpan timeout, Object[]& outputs)
       at Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client.SharePoint.SharePointTeamFoundationIntegrationService.GetWebIdentifier(String absolutePath)
       at Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client.SharePoint.WssUtilities.GetWebIdentifier(ICredentials credentials, Uri url)
       at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamFoundation.PCW.WssSiteCreator.HandleSiteCreation(WssCreationContextWrapper contextWrapper, XmlNode taskNode)
    Inner Exception Details:
    Exception Message: TF250025: The following URL does not point to a valid SharePoint site: http://srv-tfs2012/sites/TJMTCollection/Teste. Verify that you have the correct URL and that it points to a SharePoint site. (type SoapException)SoapException Details:
    <detail exceptionType="TeamFoundationServerException" />
    Exception Stack Trace: 
    --- end Exception entry ---
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: WSS | Thread: 49 | TF30267: Exception: System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: Server was unable to process request. ---> Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED))
       at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamFoundation.PCW.WssSiteCreator.HandleSiteCreation(WssCreationContextWrapper contextWrapper, XmlNode taskNode)
       at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamFoundation.PCW.WssSiteCreator.Execute(ProjectCreationContext context, XmlNode taskXml)
    ---begin Exception entry---
    Time: 2013-12-05T10:06:28
    Module: Engine
    Event Description: TF30162: Task "SharePointPortal" from Group "Portal" failed
    Exception Type: Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client.PcwException
    Exception Message: An error occurred in the New Team Project Wizard while attempting to create a site on the following SharePoint Web application: srv-tfs2012.
    Exception Details: The Project Creation Wizard encountered a problem while uploading documents to the following server running SharePoint Products: srv-tfs2012. The reason for the failure cannot be determined at this time. Because the operation failed, the
    wizard was not able to finish creating the team project.
    Stack Trace:
       at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamFoundation.PCW.WssSiteCreator.Execute(ProjectCreationContext context, XmlNode taskXml)
       at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamFoundation.PCW.ProjectCreationEngine.TaskExecutor.PerformTask(IProjectComponentCreator componentCreator, ProjectCreationContext context, XmlNode taskXml)
       at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamFoundation.PCW.ProjectCreationEngine.RunTask(Object taskObj)
    --   Inner Exception   --
    Exception Message: Server was unable to process request. ---> Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED)) (type SoapException)SoapException Details: <soap:Detail xmlns:soap="http://www.w3.org/2003/05/soap-envelope"
    />
    Exception Stack Trace:    at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamFoundation.PCW.WssSiteCreator.HandleSiteCreation(WssCreationContextWrapper contextWrapper, XmlNode taskNode)
       at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamFoundation.PCW.WssSiteCreator.Execute(ProjectCreationContext context, XmlNode taskXml)
    --- end Exception entry ---
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: Engine | Thread: 49 | TF30202: Task "" from Group "" will not be run because a prior task failed.
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: Engine | Thread: 50 | Deleting from Build ...
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: Engine | Thread: 50 | Done
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: Engine | Thread: 50 | Deleting from Version Control ...
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: Engine | Thread: 50 | Done
    2013-12-05T10:06:28 | Module: Engine | Thread: 50 | Deleting from Work Item Tracking ...
    2013-12-05T10:06:29 | Module: Engine | Thread: 50 | Done
    2013-12-05T10:06:29 | Module: Engine | Thread: 50 | Deleting from TestManagement ...
    2013-12-05T10:06:29 | Module: Engine | Thread: 50 | Done
    2013-12-05T10:06:29 | Module: Engine | Thread: 50 | Deleting from Git ...
    2013-12-05T10:06:29 | Module: Engine | Thread: 50 | Done
    2013-12-05T10:06:29 | Module: Engine | Thread: 50 | Deleting from ProcessManagement ...
    2013-12-05T10:06:29 | Module: Engine | Thread: 50 | Done
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